Danish indie duo The Raveonettes are to celebrate their tenth anniversary with a brand new album.
Observator will be released on 10 September via the band’s very own label Beat Dies Records, their sixth full-length to date.
The record was produced in Los Angeles with Blondie man Richard Gottehrer.
Singer Sune Rose Wagner had the following to say about the release:
“Overall, we took just seven days to record Observator so in that context, it’s one of the quickest and easiest albums we’ve ever done. It was getting in the right frame of mind to actually write the songs that took several agonizing months. For so long, I tried to capture a new muse and carve out a path forward for us. I travelled thousands of miles to find it and experienced all kinds of insanity along the way. Yet all the while, the future of The Raveonettes was in the people, the occurrences, and the relationships that were immediately around me. It’s not an LA album. It’s not even a New York album. It’s a collection of observations that occur in life and as I’ve learned, life happens everywhere.”